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Script out SQL permissions for groups

Script out SQL permissions for groups

Script out SQL permissions for groups

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I have an upgrade project that involves installing Microsoft SQL 2005 I have several Microsoft SQL 2000 database that I have backup and restored to a Microsoft SQL 2005 database and am concerned that the groups & permissions will not carry over properly. Some permissions are set with Windows domain authenticification and others are set individually on the server.

Is there a method to script out a file to restore groups/permissions to the new server?

Thanks in advance for any answers or suggestions.
 

RE: Script out SQL permissions for groups

All permissions are included in the database backup and will come across correctly.  This thread (thread962-1324602: stored proc to copy a users permissions for a new user) has scripts to script out permissions.

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